The Denver Broncos will open the 2011 preseason on the road against the Dallas Cowboys, followed by two home games against the Buffalo Bills and the Seattle Seahawks and conclude the preseason in Arizona taking on the Cardinals, the team announced on Tuesday.
"We are looking forward to competing against four quality opponents and getting the season started," said Head Coach John Fox.
Although the team will be ready for a preseason, there may not even be one. Unless the owners and players can come to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement, the lockout could on go well into September.
Rumor has it...
The Denver Broncos have been in talks with the Cincinnati Bengals, Arizona Cardinals, and Washington Redskins concerning trading down from the second overall pick, according to several reports... The New York Jets are interesting in pursuing wide receiver Randy Moss once the lockout has ended, per a source with knowledge of the situation... The Dallas Cowboys may part ways with running back Marion Barber this offseason and give a larger role in the offense to backs Felix Jones and Tashard Choice.